Two men who wanted to give a ride to a 24-year-old Polish woman in Issyk-Kul and a taxi driver told police their versions of what happened.
24-year-old resident of Warsaw (Poland) Agnieszka Kwiecień reported to local police on July 23 that the unknown men attempted to kidnap her. Later, she recalled her police report after the meeting at the police station with the men she suspected of kidnapping attempt.
Issyk-Kul police department said the authorities identified and found persons Agnieszka was reporting about. The first two men who offered her to give a ride at 7 am on July 23 were security workers of the Chinese company Longhai, which is building the road in Issyk-Kul.
They said they indeed met Agnieszka on their way home after a night shift, but denied that one of them tried to force the woman to get in the car.
According to young men, having refused the offer Agnieszka started to flag other cars down and a Mercedes car, driven by a private taxi driver, stopped and the woman got in the car.
The taxi driver said his neighbor was sleeping in the backseat. He also said the woman did not speak well Russian and she asked to take her to the Cambridge School offering 1000 som. He said he declined to take the money because they were going the same way.
However, according to Mercedes driver, Agnieszka asked him to turn back while they were approaching the school and when he wanted to turn to the school, she got out of the car and run away. He said they wanted to stop her, but she refused and run away.
The drivers of two cars and Agnieszka met at the Issyk-Kul district police department, and after the conversation she recalled a private-public accusation against all identified persons.
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